who made certain this is going to the next level.
...This is significant because in the Supreme Court's District of Columbia v. Heller
decision, the Washington D.C.'s outright ban on handguns was
unconstitutional because such guns are "in common use" for lawful
Covello, agreeing with the plaintiffs, concluded that the weapons and
magazines are commonly owned and legally used in Connecticut and
elsewhere. But he parted company with the plaintiffs when he wrote that
the state's ownership and sales ban is justified when the government's
goal of reducing violence is measured against the ban's impingement on
Second Amendment rights.
Speaking of hacks, these bastards hiding behind badges don't need 'extra training', they need firing. And prosecution.
No wonder the gun bigots and hoplophobes don't want Loesch on The View; she won't back down or let them get away with crap.
I've heard of wearing your heart on your sleeve, but your team on your boobs?